09:05 Housing policy - is it working?

Salvation Army social policy analyst Alan Johnson whose new report finds nearly a third of New Zealanders struggle to access good quality, secure and affordable housing.

09:20 Is the government planning to sell down its stake in Air New Zealand early next week?.

Rickey Ward, Head of Equities at Tyndall Investment Management.

09:30 The impact of genetics on education and achievement

Kathryn Asbury is the co-author, with leading UK scientist Robert Plomin, of G is for Genes, and a lecturer in the Pyschology in Education Research Centre at the University of York.

09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie

10:05 Feature guest: Turia Pitt - ultramarathon runner

Turia Pitt, a young Australian ultramarathon runner disfigured after being caught in a bushfire.

Turia Pitt
Ultramarathon runner Turia Pitt.

10:35 Book Review with Harry Ricketts

Sense and Sensibility by Joanna Trollope
Published by HarperCollins

10:45 The Reading: The Writing Class by Stephanie Johnson

Read by Alison Quigan. (Part 4 of 12)

11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt

Telecom launches 4G services; XP users beware - Microsoft is ending support in April; Plans for a "Silicon Valley style" NZ Computer Museum.

Computerworld article on migrating off XP
New Zealand Open Source Society
NZ Computer Museum Facebook page
Auckland University Computer display

11:30 Parenting with Joseph Driessen

Educational consultant and parenting commentator.

11:45 Media commentator Lara Strongman

The impact of TV3 losing rights to Fox shows; The Life and Times of Temuera Morrison and The Story - High School.

Music played in this show

Song: Blueprint
Artist: Eden Mulholland
Comp: Mulholland
Album: Feed the Beast
Label: FTB
Time Played: 10:42

Song: The End of the Road
Artist: Gladys Knight & The Pips
Comp: Whitfield, Strong
Label: Motown
Time Played: 11:06

Song: I Want You Back
Artist: The Jackson 5
Comp: The Corporation
Album: Michael Jackson & the Jackson 5
Label: Motown
Time Played: 11:25